The new movie - which will be Anderson's first feature-length film since 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' - is due for release next month
A new clip from Wes Anderson’s forthcoming film Isle of Dogs has been released – watch the footage below.
The animated stop-motion movie will feature the voices of Bryan Cranston, Ed Norton, Bill Murray and Jeff Goldblum in an ensemble cast. Isle of Dogs will be Anderson’s first film since 2014’s The Grand Budapest Hotel.
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Ahead of Isle of Dogs‘ full release next month – a March 30 date is currently penned in for the UK release, a full week after it is expected to arrive in US theatres – a new clip from the film has been released.
In the teaser, Norton’s character Rex is seen with a number of dogs battling for scraps in the film’s trash-strewn, desolate landscape. The dogs are interrupted from their fight by the sudden arrival of a human boy, who crash-lands on their island.
Watch the new Isle of Dogs clip below.
Back in December 2016, Anderson announced that he would be casting one lucky competition winner in a small voice role in Isle of Dogs.
Talking about the opportunity, the director said: “The top [prize] is an invitation to come visit us on our set where we’ll continue to be filming our story and even an opportunity to do a voice of, probably another dog, in the movie.”